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First Batch of Students from 37 Countries Arrives in Hong Kong
Sino-Japan Youth Conference: Adapting to the New Reality
Webinar to Tackle Current Status of Women in Hong Kong
Webinar on 'Surviving Shockwaves from Financial Crises and Covid-19'
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Watch: Class 2020 Virtual Graduation

webinar 3 posterExperiences in our youth often shape our outlook on adversity, thus laying the foundations for developing adaptability and resilience. 

The College's Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) curriculum is designed to create opportunities for students to take ownership of their initiatives, thereby building a stronger sense of self and community. Youth programs are one such opportunity.

The third session of the LPCUWC Webinar Series is on “Taking Initiative as a Student: Developing a Stronger Sense of Self and Community”. Conducted in English, it will be held on 14 May (Thursday) at 6PM HKT.

We feature two graduating students and two incoming students who are connected by their involvement in the College's youth programs, either as organizers or as participants. Hear how these student initiatives changed their perspectives, and find out how you can get a similar experience.

To register, fill in this form.